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Robert Meztke van Philips over de mogelijkheden van circulaire economie voor de zorg, tijdens de Netwerkbijeenkomst van het MVO Netwerk Zorg

Robert Meztke van Philips over de mogelijkheden van circulaire economie voor de zorg, tijdens de Netwerkbijeenkomst van het MVO Netwerk Zorg

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  • Demand for care is growing We need more care and caregivers. According to the World Health Organization, the world is short more than 4 million health workersOur lifestyle is taking it’s toll on our health. Obesity, heart disease, and cancer are global health issuesChronic disease, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes, cause 60% of all deaths globally.Efficient resource usageAround the globe, societies are already facing the growing reality and burden of increasing and aging populations, as well as the spiraling costs of keeping everyone in good healthBased on projected population growth rates, global spending on healthcare will increase to €8 trillion by 2050This rising demand is increasing the societal cost at an unsustainable rate. If current trends continue, healthcare spending in many markets will exceed 20% of GDP in the not too distant future. In the USA healthcare spending currently is at16% of GDP. the next biggest spenders are in Europe. Both France, Belgium, Denamr and the Netherlands spend 11-12% of GDP on healthcare expenditures. This is followed by Switzerland, Canada, Germany and Austria at somewhere between 10 and 11%. The vast majority of other developed countries are in the high single digits (Sweden 9%, Norway 9.6%), and the average of this group is 10.1%. Laggards, which are a good thing when it comes to total spending, include the U.K., Spain and Japan, all of which are around 7%.Responsibility for the promotion of health and healthy communitiesHospitals have significant environmental impact – for example, they typically consume two times the energy per square meter, in comparison to commercial office buildingsIn response green procurement criteria, and green building codes for hospitals are emergingThe same people that are affected by the health care sector's pollution will in the end require care from the very same sector. For hospitals, this means that working in a sustainable way actually reduces long term costs and releases them from unnecessary strain.
  • Ecodesign: According to COCIR (European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical and Healthcare IT Industry), the Philips MRI fleet average energy consumption in ‘off’ and ‘ready-to-scan’ mode is deemed 22% lower than the average consumption of the market fleet for 2011.Refurbishment, Achieva 1.5 T: Keep the core and experience moreHealwell & green hospital solutions
  • To earn an Energy Star label, a 60-watt LED equivalent must have a minimum light output of 800 lumens, a color temperature of 2700K (for soft white light), color rendering index (CRI) of 80 and a minimum three year warranty, among other requirements. The Philips AmbientLED meets or exceeds these requirements with 806 lumens, 2700K, a CRI of 80 and a six year warranty. 
  • Our ambition for 2015 is to be a leading company in Health & Wellbeing, lead in sustainability and making a positive difference in people’s life for all stakeholders, including our employees. To accomplish this ambition it is clear that we should also lead in terms of Health & Safety performance. Therefore, we decided to initiate a more integral approach for Health & Safety. Although there is already a downward trend in the number of serious incidents over the last years, we feel there is still room for improvement. Together with you we will strive to create an injury and illness free working environment at all Philips organizations. Several initiatives will be launched the coming period to realize our ambitions and we invite all of you to participate. Launch of the Philips Health & Safety ManualIn addition to our Occupational Health & Safety Policy, we developed a Health & Safety Manual in cooperation with the sectors. The purpose of this manual is to describe the One Philips approach to Occupational Health & Safety and provide guidance to all Philips organizations around the world. The manual is setup to follow the international standard OHSAS 18001 and 18002, and has been adapted to provide the minimum Philips standards for large, medium and smaller Philips organizations.  Please start using the manual to shape or improve your site Health & Safety management system.  The current manual will be open for consultation till the 31st of March which allows you to provide feedback on suggestions for improvements. Please send any feedback to sustainability@philips.com.  
  • Our ambition for 2015 is to be a leading company in Health & Wellbeing, lead in sustainability and making a positive difference in people’s life for all stakeholders, including our employees. To accomplish this ambition it is clear that we should also lead in terms of Health & Safety performance. Therefore, we decided to initiate a more integral approach for Health & Safety. Although there is already a downward trend in the number of serious incidents over the last years, we feel there is still room for improvement. Together with you we will strive to create an injury and illness free working environment at all Philips organizations. Several initiatives will be launched the coming period to realize our ambitions and we invite all of you to participate. Launch of the Philips Health & Safety ManualIn addition to our Occupational Health & Safety Policy, we developed a Health & Safety Manual in cooperation with the sectors. The purpose of this manual is to describe the One Philips approach to Occupational Health & Safety and provide guidance to all Philips organizations around the world. The manual is setup to follow the international standard OHSAS 18001 and 18002, and has been adapted to provide the minimum Philips standards for large, medium and smaller Philips organizations.  Please start using the manual to shape or improve your site Health & Safety management system.  The current manual will be open for consultation till the 31st of March which allows you to provide feedback on suggestions for improvements. Please send any feedback to sustainability@philips.com.  
  • Our vision is to create a brighter future for healthcare. By partnering with you care providers, we aim to support you in improving patient outcomes and providing better value.Together we can overcome your most difficult challenges.• How do you improve the patient experience and work environment?• How do you drive performance and efficiency?• How do you attract and retain talented staff?• How do you improve people’s health & well-being while respecting the limits of natural resources?It’s all about providing a high standard of care for the members of our communities with increasingly scarce resources

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  • 1. Re-Think, Re-Frame, Re-Make:Innovating for a circular economyMVO Zorgnetwerk event Circulaire EconomieRobert Metzke,Senior Director Philips EcoVision ProgramMarch 27th, 2013
  • 2. 2050• 9 billion people• High quality of life• One planet living 2 2
  • 3. Why do we need a circular economy?Sustainable development means Ecological footprintto improve people‟s livewhile respecting the limits of natural resources Human Development Index* *HDI = life expectancy + education level + purchasing powerSource: WWF Living Planet Report 3
  • 4. How sustainable is our current healthare system? Dutch Healthcare spent as percentage of BBP CBS: Dutch Healthare cost increased with 1250% since 1972 4Source: CBS Nov 2012
  • 5. Healthcare providers face complex challenges High, fixed expenses and Increased workforce labor costs shortages Efficient resource Growing demand usage Overburdened emergency Value-based rooms and acute care wards reimbursements Acute -> Chronic diseases responsibility for thepromotion of health and Service healthy communities expectation Widespread Patient knowledge Preference 5
  • 6. “Traditional approaches to business willcollapse, and companies will have to developinnovative solutions. That will happen onlywhen executives recognize a simple truth:Sustainability = Innovation.”-- CK Prahalad et al, “Why Sustainability Is Now the Key Driver of Innovation”; HarvardBusiness Review 6
  • 7. At Philips we strive to make the worldhealthier and more sustainablePhilips EcoVision5 commitments for 2015 • Philips will bring care to more than 500 million Ecological footprint 1 people 2 • Philips will improve the energy efficiency of its 2 overall product portfolio by 50% 3 3 • Philips will double the global collection and DOWN recycling amounts of our products, as well as double the amount of recycled materials in our products Health & 1 UP well-being Human Development Index 1 Lead by Healthcare 2 Lead by Lighting 3 Lead by Consumer Lifestyle 7
  • 8. Sustainability drives innovation at many levelsPhilips Healthcare examples, illustrative only Product level: Philips EcoDesign MX16EVO CT scanner Solutions level: SmartPath Refurbished Lifecycle solutions solutions: Achieva MRI System level: Multi stakeholder Sustainable involvement across the value hospitals & chain environments 8
  • 9. With EcoVision5 we will investmore than 2bln € until 2015in sustainable innovation • Philips focused on embedding EcoDesign with attention to six Green Focal Areas • Starting with EcoVision4 in 2007, we invested already more than 1 bln EUR in research and development of green products and solutions and reached 45% in 2012 • Green products defined as minimum 10% improvement in at least one of the six Green Focal Areas; audited by independent external party (KPMG) 9
  • 10. Example Re-Make (product-level):Technology breakthrough-Master LED A19 75% energy reduction compared to incandescent lamp 25 times longer lifetime than comparable incandescent lamp 10
  • 11. Example Re-Make (product-level):Ecopassport example – MRI Ingenia 1.5 T 11
  • 12. Example Re-Think:Reducing cost and waste with PhilipsDiamond Select (solutions-level)Helps to preserve the environmentExtends the lifetime of a system and lowersthe emission of CO2Top quality at an affordable priceFully refurbished systems configured to fitthe needs of customers.New system warranty and full serviceofferingBroad range of refurbished systemsInterventional X-ray - Computed Tomography- Magnetic Resonance - Nuclear Medicine -Ultrasound 12
  • 13. Example Re-Think (business model innovation):Light as a service / “Pay per Lux”Ambition and guiding principles• True, ambitious and visionary partnership, with a economic interesting perspective from both sides• Pay for use instead of pay for possession (“Performance Lease”)• State of the art installation with LED and dynamic lighting• Taking into account employee happiness and productivity• Materials stay in possession of Philips (assumption: recycling costs will be paid out of material value increase)• Disposal and/or re-use of old materials is included• Lighting energy bill will be paid by Philips, to stimulate further innovation• Turnkey solution, including maintenance• Contract period of 60 months 13
  • 14. Example Re-Frame: System-innovation:Luz Verde Project MexicoCDM-based / Carbon Emission Rights 50% guarantor Shareholder of Cool NRG INGPhilips Cool Sales of CFLi NRG Eneco At low margin at normal payment term CER‟s Mexican United Nations Households & Mexican Government 14
  • 15. Example Re-Frame:Green Hospitals SolutionsSupporting hospitals in their growing need for animproved sustainability performance (system level)A strategic partner, every step of the wayPhilips helps customers to plan, design, build and managesustainable healthcare environmentsGlobal leader in Healthcare , Lighting and SustainabilityLighting and also Healthcare equipment have significant impacton the Hospital‟s energy usePartner of the Green Hospital Program at AsklepiosPhilips supports Asklepios, the largest Private Healthcare groupin Europe, in their drive for a smaller carbon footprint and alower energy bill 15
  • 16. “Ultimately, Leadership is about how weshape futures we truly desire, as opposed totry as best as we can to cope withcircumstances we believe are beyond ourcontrol”-- “The Necessary Revolution”, Peter Senge etc al, Doubleday 2008 16
  • 17. Some recent awards and recognitionsSuper Sector Leader CategoryPersonal and Household Goods Best score for Supplier Sustainability2012/2013 out of five multinational finalists Eight year in a row, included in 20 most Sustainable StocksSignificant advancement in LEDlighting by US Department of Energy Top score for Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index and the Carbon Performance Leadership Index 2012Environment Excellence Award for Global Top 10 of Newsweek “Most Responsible Company Award’Philips Lighting Pakistan 2011 ranking of greenest for Philips China 17
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  • 19. Mission and VisionMission:• Improving peoples lives through meaningful innovationVision:• At Philips, we strive to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation. Our goal is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025.• We will be the best place to work for people who share our passion.• Together, we will deliver superior value for our customers and shareholders. 19 19
  • 20. A well-respected, blue-chipcompany for over 100 yearsFounded in 1891Headquartered in Amsterdam, the NetherlandsSales over EUR 23 billion (USD 32 billion)30% in emerging economiesEmerging Markets30% of sales generated in Emerging MarketsGlobally recognized brand (world top 50)Our brand value almost doubled to $8.1bn since 2004116,000 employeesSales and service outlets in over 100 countries€1.6 billion investment in R&D, 7% of sales48,000 patent rights – 35,000 registered trademarks –56,000 design rights 20
  • 21. What makes Philips different?Early start in Social Responsibility1900 • Various Health insurance Arrangements1912 • Profit sharing1913 • Pension Fund1929 • Philips Company School1920–1931 • First phase of housing Program1950 • Collective Labor Agreement1961 • 5-day working Week 21
  • 22. What makes Philips different?Long history of Environmental Policy1970 • Participation in „Club of Rome‟1974 • Corporate Environmental Function1980 • Energy and emission reduction Programs1987 • First Global Policy1991 • Second Global Policy1994 • Environmental Opportunity, first structured 4-year Program1998 - 2010 • EcoVision1, 2, 3, 4, 5 22
  • 23. The ecological footprint www.footprintnetwork.org 23
  • 24. The Human Development Index www.hdr.undp.org 24
  • 25. Providing a high standard of carewith increasingly scarce resources 25
  • 26. Sustainability drives innovation at many levelsLighting examples, illustrative only Product level: Philips EcoDesign MasterLED Glow Solutions level: Turnkey Light and Projects & Solutions Healthcare as a service System level: Multi stakeholder Value creation involvement across the value with carbon chain credits 26